Kevin Ginnell

Kevin Ginnell, BA (Hons), MA, PhD (SFU), has research interests that range from Canadian and municipal politics and government to comparative politics, global cities and public policy and administration. He has a particular interest in the relationship between elected and non-elected coalitions of actors in government decision-making processes. He has been a sessional teacher in SFU's Department of Political Science since 2010 and is currently a regular faculty member at Douglas College.

Previously taught:

  • The Wild West: People, Ideology and Economy in B.C. Politics   LIB107
  • Revisiting the 1960s–Dreaming of Equality: The Great Society and the Welfare State   AHCP273
  • Oh Canada! Perspectives On Canada Today   AHCP250

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